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Earlier today, Nintendo held a special Nintendo Direct especially for Super Mario and the celebration of the 35th anniversary of one Nintendo’s most popular and global franchises.
The major announcement was the re-release of three of Mario’s classic games: Super Mario 64– the 1996 title for the Nintendo 64, Super Mario Sunshine– the 2002 game for the Nintendo GameCube- and Super Mario Galaxy– the 2007 game for the Nintendo Wii. The collection- called The Super Mario 3D All-Stars Collection– will be coming to the Nintendo Switch surprisingly soon. The release date is set for September 18th, so in about two weeks’ time. However, the game will only be available until the end of March 2021. Physical copies will only have limited supplies and the Nintendo eShop will stop selling it from the end of March. This is kind of a weird decision but if the game does exceedingly well, perhaps Nintendo will reverse this decision.
Take a look at the press release below which includes all the other reveals of in game events and products being released to celebrate the 35th anniversary of Super Mario.
VANCOUVER, BC., Sept. 3, 2020 – Mario has come a long way since jumping on that first Goomba in World 1 …
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